- Fri Oct 6 10:30 PM
MATT LAWTON - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Wigan were interested in extending his career for a further 12 months, and invited the former England striker for a round with the chairman and manager.
- Thu Oct 5 6:52 AM
A new TV deal would see a percentage of the global revenue divided based on league position but no vote was taken due to a lack of support
- Wed Oct 4 8:39 AM
Today’s tittle-tattle is all set for winter Ask any West Bromwich Albion fan old enough to remember Laurie Cunningham, or a Liverpool supporter able to rationally discuss the career of Michael Owen without flying spectacularly off the handle: the problem with having a world-class talent in your r...
- Tue Oct 3 9:01 PM
is determined to 'take every opportunity and grasp it' as he aims to ensure his remarkable re-emergence as an England player extends to next summer's World Cup.
- Mon Oct 2 6:48 PM
The 35-year-old also played for the likes of Southampton and West Brom although has decided to call time on his career after leaving Cardiff City
|Defensively, I thought we were brilliant other than that one moment when we got caught open,
Pardew said. We will work this week a little bit more on creating and trying to score a goal, and carry forward our defensive work.
People turn this into a personal situation,
Pardew said. But this is about West Brom and not me.
If the consequences from this defeat are that I lose my job then that will be what it is,
said Pardew. It is turned into a personal situation, but this is about West Brom and not about me.
Brunty came and saw me on Tuesday and he apologised for his outburst, which was purely frustration about not winning, and I understand that,
Pardew said. I don't have a problem with it.